Scoring Tool for Evaluating Standard III:
Legal, Social and Ethical Issues

 

 

Name:                                                                                           Date:                                                        

 

Directions: The Scoring Tool for Evaluating Technology Standard III: Legal, Social and Ethical Issues will be used by the instructor to evaluate each of the 4 products (questions) using the following scoring scale:

 

4    Exemplary: Demonstrates an in-depth and perceptive understanding; exhibits excellent evidence of attainment of concepts.

3    Proficient: Demonstrates a thorough understanding; exhibits clear evidence of attainment of concepts.

2    Developing: Demonstrates a partial understanding; exhibits some evidence of attainment of concepts.

1    Novice: Demonstrates a lack of understanding; exhibits minimal evidence of attainment of concepts.

 

Target performance on this standard requires both:

·         total score of at least 12

·         no product score below 2

 

It is recommended that the teacher candidate use the scoring tool as a self-assessment before submitting the final product to the instructor. Score only the questions 2, 3, 4 and 5 by considering descriptors under each heading.

 

 

 


 

Scoring Tool for Evaluating Technology Standard III: Legal, Social and Ethical Issues

 

PRODUCT **

SCORE

4

Exemplary

3

Proficient

2

Developing

1

Novice

CC*

Product Score

Question 2

Ability to define and describe examples of unethical and illegal behavior

Identifies 3 legal/ethical issues and provides an accurate and complete explanation of laws and policies that apply to each.

Identifies three 3 legal/ethical issues and provides one of the following combinations:

·   Three (3) accurate but general explanations of laws and policies that apply to each.

OR

·   Two (2) accurate and complete explanations and one (1) accurate and general explanation of laws and policies that apply to each.

OR

·   One (1) accurate and complete explanation and two (2) accurate and general explanations of laws and policies that apply to each.

 

Identifies two (2) legal/ethical issues and provides one of the following combinations:

·   Two (2) accurate and complete explanations of laws and policies that apply to each.

OR

·   Two (2) accurate but general explanations of laws and policies that apply to each.

OR

·   One (1) accurate and complete explanation and one (1) accurate and general explanation of laws and policies that apply to each.

 

[Other attempts at explanation may be present, but are vague or inaccurate.]

 

Identifies one (1) legal/ethical issue and provides one of the following:

·   One (1) accurate and complete explanation of laws and policies that apply to it.

OR

·   One (1) accurate but general explanation of laws and policies that apply to it.

 

[Other attempts at explanation may be present, but are vague or inaccurate.]

 

 

 

Question 3

Ability to establish appropriate classroom procedures to ensure a safe and healthy environment

Identifies three (3) health/safety issues and provides a specific description of, and rationale for, the appropriate intervention(s) or practice(s) that would improve the classroom environment and prevent or alleviate the problem(s).

Identifies two (2) health/safety issues and provides a specific description of, and rationale for, the appropriate intervention(s) or practice(s) that would improve the classroom environment and prevent or alleviate the problem(s).

OR

Identifies three (3) health/safety issues and provides a partial (partially complete/ correct) description of, and rationale for, the intervention(s) or practice(s) that would improve the classroom environment and prevent or alleviate the problem(s).

Identifies two (2) health/safety issues and provides a partial  and/or overly general (partially complete/ correct) description of, and rationale for, the intervention(s) or practice(s) that would improve the classroom environment and prevent or alleviate the problem(s).

 

[Other attempts at description and rationale may be present, but are vague or inaccurate.]

 

Identifies one (1) health/safety issue and provides a vague or overly general description of, and rationale for, the appropriate intervention or practice that would improve the classroom environment and prevent or alleviate the problem

 

 

[Other attempts at description and rationale may be present, but are vague or inaccurate.]

 

 


 

Scoring Tool for Evaluating Technology Standard III: Legal, Social and Ethical Issues

 

PRODUCT **

SCORE

4

Exemplary

3

Proficient

2

Developing

1

Novice

CC*

Product Score

Question 4

Ability to identify security and privacy violations

Identifies three (3) security/privacy issues and provides an accurate and complete explanation of the policies and procedures that apply to each.

 

Identifies three (3) security/privacy issues and provides one of the following combinations:

·   Three (3) accurate but general explanations of the policies and procedures that apply to each.

OR

·   Accurate and complete explanations of the policies and procedures that apply to two of the issues.

OR

·   Accurate and complete explanation of the policies and procedures that apply to one issue and accurate but general explanations of one to two other issues.

Identifies two (2) security/privacy issues and provides one of the following combinations:

·   Accurate and complete explanations of the policies and procedures that apply to each.

OR

·   Accurate and complete explanation of the policies and procedures that apply to one issue and accurate but general explanations of the policies and procedures that apply to the other.

 

 

[Other attempts at explanation may be present, but are vague or inaccurate.]

 

Identifies one (1) security/privacy issue and provides one of the following:

·   One (1) accurate and complete explanation of the policies and procedures that apply to it.

OR

·   One (1) accurate but general explanation of the policies and procedures that apply to it.

 

[Other attempts for explanation may be present, but are vague or inaccurate.]

 

 

 

Question 5

Ability to analyze advantages and disadvantages of widespread uses and reliance upon technology

Identifies one (1) plausible advantage and one (1)  plausible disadvantage of widespread use of technology in educational settings. Examples are appropriate and fully support the selected advantage and disadvantage.

Identifies one (1) plausible advantage and one (1) plausible disadvantage of widespread use of technology in educational settings. Most examples are appropriate and support the selected advantage and disadvantage.

 

Identifies one (1) plausible advantage and one (1) plausible disadvantage of widespread use of technology in educational settings. Some examples are appropriate and partially support the selected advantage and disadvantage.

 

Identifies one (1) plausible advantage and one (1) plausible disadvantage of widespread use of technology in educational settings. Examples offer minimal support for the selected advantage and disadvantage.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL SCORE

 

 

NOTE: A teacher candidate must achieve a total score of at least 12,, and no product score can be below 2,  for an overall rating of  “Proficient” on Technology Standard III

* Condition Code: M=Missing;  T=Off-Topic/Off-Task;  I=Illegible/Incomprehensible

**  Question 1 is an organizer for students and is not scored.